Dates on goalscape wheel or report
2. Dell desktop Windows 10
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6. I checked the forum.
7. Q is about functionality
Can the date of the goals be made to display on each respective segment? It's a deal breaker for me unless there is a better way. Thank you. Steve
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Support Staff 1 Posted by Richard Parslow on 17 May, 2018 05:02 PM
Thanks for your inquiry.
You can display the Start and Due dates in the goal panel by selecting the relevant option in Settings (click the 'cog' button at top right of the Goalscape Online screen to open Settings). There is a short infopoint video about Settings here.
Note too that you can use the Highlight Sidebar to filter your goals by Date (and/or Responsibility and/or Tag). You can also click the 'Show Goal List' option, select 'Show table view' and re-order your Goal List by Start or Due Date (or Progress) – and you can export your list via the clipboard. There is a short infopoint video about the Highlight Sidebar here.
When set, Dates also appear in exported reports by default. Note that you can use Report Options (Download As > Show Report Options) to 'pre-edit' your report: export only a specific area of your project (using Focus view); or only certain goal levels; and select which attribute information (goal details) to include.
If you are asking for the dates to appear with the goal name in the goal slices in the goal map itself, that functionality is not currently supported and we do not have any plans to develop it.
In case I have misunderstood what you are asking here please post again to clarify – and if possible include a screenshot.
Enjoy the journey!
2 Posted by Steve Boyd on 17 May, 2018 05:09 PM
Okay, thank you for being forthright about that. I will continue to learn more about the product. It is fascinating. Thank you for your time. Steve
Support Staff 3 Posted by Richard Parslow on 17 May, 2018 05:37 PM
No worries – glad to help.